The youngest rider ever to win a Grand Prix, Scott Redding, will be the star of Thundersprint 2014. Redding, now aged 21, was just 15 years and 170 days old when he won the 2008 British 125cc Grand Prix at Donington Park...
“I have ridden at the Thundersprint twice before and I honestly loved every minute of it. GP racing is a serious business – very serious indeed. My mind is entirely focused on winning and I really do miss the chance to mix with the fans.
“The Thundersprint is a giant two-day party for anyone who loves bikes and, best of all, I’ve got the time to talk to fans, have photographs and be with them socially. In fact, all the things I love doing but can’t at a GP.
“Darley Moor looks like a great little track so I’m going to have a play about on a Honda Fireblade and just have a good time. I can’t wait until May.”
Thundersprint organiser Frank Melling said: “We have been friends with Scott for a long time now and there’s no rider we would rather have join with us.
“Not only is he an incredible rider but he’s also a lovely person, so everyone is certain to have a good time.
“Like Scott, the Thundersprint in May can’t come soon enough for us.”
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